[Chimera-users] Use of a copyrighted figure for software review note

Scooter Morris scooter at cgl.ucsf.edu
Wed Jun 27 13:36:57 PDT 2007

I already answered Anselm in a separate message, but for the benefit of 
the list,
our position on our copyrighted images is that people are welcome to use 
as long as they are attributed to UCSF Chimera, and we request that the 
URL be included in an acknowledgment.  Of course, we also retain 
copyright on
the image itself, etc., etc.

-- scooter

Anselm.Horn at chemie.uni-erlangen.de wrote:
> Dear all,
> sorry, if this is a bit off-topic, but I did not find any e-mail address
> more suitable on the Chimera website.
> As I learned from the CCL there is a new Chimera version out.
> I think this would be a nice opportunity to write a short software review
> note (approx. 1 column) in the "Nachrichten aus der Chemie", the members
> journal of the German Chemical Society GDCh, in order to inform a broad
> public of Chimera. For this I'd like to use the graphic "DNA and
> Netropsin" from the Chimera Image Gallery, in case there is space enough
> to have a figure printed as well.
> The image, however, is marked copyrighted, and thus I'd like to know,
> whether I may use it for my purpose and what statement/copyright notice
> should be included in the figure caption.
> Thanks in advance.
> Best regards,
> Anselm
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